I have bladder problems, difficulty urinating

Sir my name is …) and my age is 24.Sir i have a problem in my urine bladder.My urine bladder is so weak. I observed it in such that when i go to washroom, after it i feel that my urine drops will be dropped if any force is applied to the urine place( such as to the time of sitting or any other position which apply force). and often it happens BUT if i don’t sit in any place after washroom and don’t apply force during 5mins it is alright and no drops of urine is dropped.
Duration of this disease about 2 years.I did not get any consultancy to any doctor.
sir I m worried about it.. please suggest me medicine for solution of this disease.I will be very thankful to you..





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Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

hi
these seem to be symptoms of urinary incontinence. at your age,this is very uncommon and the exact cause needs to be found out. usg abdomen and a ureteroscopy will confirm the diagnosis. depending on the reports and diagnosis,appropriate medicines can be started..
thanks

Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

Hi..
This is called urinary retention and sometimes complicated by urinary incontinence..I recommend trying kegel exercises to treat it naturally before taking a medications..
Kegels are easy to do, once you know which muscles to target. One of the easiest ways to locate your muscles is during urination. Here’s how:

Halfway through urination, try to stop or slow down the flow of urine.
Don’t tense the muscles in your buttocks, legs, or abdomen, and don’t hold your breath.
When you can slow or stop the flow of urine, you’ve successfully located these muscles.

shw12
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shw12

HI
U SEEM TO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH BLADDER SPHINCTER. U HAVE LESS CONTROL DUE TO WEAK SYMPATHETIC SYSTEM.
BLADDER TRAINING EXERCISES SHOULD BE USEFUL INSTEAD OF MEDICINES.

mrsshalini14
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mrsshalini14

hello there
the bladder sphincter that is meant for maintaining urinary control is under the influence of our body’s autonomous nervous system. sympathetic overacitivity can be a cause for this. a urologist may be of help in prescribing you medicines,but bladder training exercises will be very helpful

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